A strong backup strategy only makes sense if it's easy to restore a consistent back up. The previous recipe should have provided insights on the right backup strategy from the answer to the question, how do you expect to backup? As a result, it's important that you always test your restore procedures to see whether they fit your business needs; here's a proposed one.
Both Bacula and rsync require that you install Debian again and set up the Bacula file daemon as explained in the corresponding recipes of this book. This is all you need to get prepared for restore.
For the Bacula example, we deleted a file from
/var/www, and we will restore it with Bacula. For future reference, here's the MD5 of the ...